Northwest Deuce Days Summary: Our 3 day weekend in Victoria went by so fast it is a blur! We cruised down Friday down Island 2 1/2 hrs from Port Alberni to Victoria. Neil in his '31 roadster & I took my '28 roadster The car owners, the upwards of 100,000 spectators, the sights & sounds, and of course the vehicles, all made for a spectacular event! When my son Neil was asked by the event organizer, Al Clark, a few weeks ago to bring his 1931 roadster down to Victoria to do a photo shoot, Neil jumped at the chance! The red 1932 Roadster in the photo with Neil's '31 is owned by Jeremy King and it is a powered by an all aluminium SBC. Not only did they get on the cover of the souvenir program with features inside, they were on the official poster and got preferred parking the day of the show! Now that is "Rock Star" treatment! Neil's bare metal roadster literally had a crowd around it for 3 days, to say his car was a big hit, would be putting it mildly! People loved that it had the "look" of what a real Hot Rod should be! ...And that it was home built by the owner! No big names here! Neil's Instagram name > hotrodhemi31 < was on his windshield and it was cool watching some of his 23,000 followers get to meet him for the 1st time! To say it was Neil's weekend would be an understatement and I was just proud to be a part of it! Thanks Son!